Part two of Marc Schleifer's interview with Robert Williams conducted in Cuba in March 1962, in which Williams describes life in Cuba and his migration there in order to escape racism in the southern United States. Reel 3 is currently unavailable.
KPFA Folio note, July 4, 1962:
The militant North Carolina Negro leader who fled the United States last fall to escape a Federal warrant for his arrest on a charge of kidnapping tells the full story of events which led up to the by now celebrated Monroe incident—in an exclusive interview by Marc Schleifer, recorded in Havana, Cuba, in March 1962. Although this program is exceptionally long, and the recording quality substandard, the material warrants special attention.